I hate Maths. I managed to pass in my O level exams but I still suck at it compared to my other subjects.
It just isn't for me. I like writing, literature, art, history and so on. Maths... not so much.
Science would be my second worst but at least I have a SLIGHT interest in it. I have almost no interest in Maths.
Seriously, when will I ever need to find the gradient of a line in the real world? I'm not going to be biased. For certain career paths and jobs, people DO need to know this sort of boring stuff. But for those people not going down that road, Maths is just a nightmare. I understand that everyone needs to know basic maths, the real question is: HOW much maths do we really need to know?
Functions, bearings, histograms, cumulative frequency, quadratic equations, probability, transformations, vectors... VECTORS. Don't even get me started on that stuff. *Shudders.* Why do we need to know all this again?
My hatred for maths is no secret. I even made it clear to my maths teacher(s) that I had no interest in the subject and that listening to them go on and on about some lame topic bored me to tears.
Yes I'm exaggerating. Most of the things I said above are not justified but I don't care. It's not everyday that I get to diss something I've hated all my life.
I'm done ranting and complaining.
What is/was your worst subject in school? :)